help the student understand, recognize, and develop the concept of
self-worth, recognizing that each person has different strengths and
talents. To help the student understand the effect that attitudes of
the student and his/her peers can have on an individual's self-worth.
The student will be able to:
- Recognize worth within one's self and also in a person's ability to recover and learn from failure.
Identify the skills and abilities specific to each person, especially those areas where one excels.
Discuss how values and beliefs are manifested and develop an awareness of how attitudes affect us.
Entering Adulthood Series, ETR Associates: Responsibility & Self-Discipline, excluding page 91.
Teen Love Series – Kimberly Kirberger
*Chicken Soup for the Soul.
*Loving Each Other, Leo Buscaglia.
Shortchanging Girls, Shortchanging America – American Association of University Women.
* The following language applies to each of above asterisked resources:
subcommittee wishes to remind the teacher that these materials are to
be used as resources solely to stimulate discussion of issues in class
activities for problem solving and critical thinking. They are to be
used within the context of overall curriculum guidelines with
sensitivity to parent/child relationships."